Managing Fertility in Drip-Irrigated Processing Tomatoes
By Timothy K. Hartz
University of California - Davis
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This presentation outlines the fundamentals of fertilizer management for drip-irrigated processing tomato production. Management aspects covered include crop nutrient uptake dynamics, soil fertility testing, choice of fertilizer products, fertigation scheduling and monitoring of crop nutrient status.
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